Chelsea new signing Oscar says his move to Stamford Bridge "is a dream".
Chelsea completed the signing of Oscar on Wednesday and are believed to be paying Internacional around £25million for the attacking midfielder, who is part of the Brazil squad for the London 2012 Olympics.
The pressure will immediately be on the 20-year-old, who faces a battle to secure a place in a Chelsea midfield that already contains the likes of Frank Lampard and Juan Mata, and has been swelled by the signings of likes of Eden Hazard and Marko Marin this summer.
But Oscar appears to be aware of the tough competition for places, and is ready to play anywhere for manager Roberto Di Matteo.
"This is a dream for me," he said.
"After the Olympics I am going to talk to the manager.
"I am ready to do whatever the manager wants me to do.
"For Internacional I played in several different positions, so I have no problem adapting."
Oscar is also determined to help Chelsea build on their Champions League success from last season.
"I'm joining Chelsea hopefully to win more titles," he added.
"The project is very exciting, especially with the young players that they are signing.
"The offer was very good for me and I didn't have to think twice about signing."